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HHHL y. SQUIRE BAUER'S COURT.
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ONE COPY ONE CENT.
Yesterday Squiro Bauer fined HogaM
Gilbert for (jetting drunk, $1 nnd costs.
SLATTERY & REES
He learned to woo In a courtship school;
He got It all down by rote and rulo;
lie knew when to Hinilo and when to
Ho learned how to uso a twhikllng eyo;
And then ho was cut out by a fool
A fool who had never studied art,
Who merely obeyed a thoughtless heart,
And when It enmo to a chance to woo,
Did tho foolish things It told him tol
Tho Washington Moving Picture
theater has closed until after tho Mnys
villo Chautauqua is over.
Mr. rftid Mrs. C. U Dudley ami grand
son, Charles Jlarbeton Dudloy, and Mrs.
W. M. Wilt are in May? villo today.
J. IT. Belt, wife and son, llowo, Mrs.
.Jenkins and Master .Johnnie Brecn mo
tored to Maysvlllo Sunday. Miss
Elizabeth Wallingford visited friends
and attended tho du'ace in Maysvlllo
Friday night Flemingsburg Democrat.
Woll Known Attomoys Fonn
Hon. Thomas D. Sluttcry, United
Statos District Attorney and Hon. W. II.
Bees, County Attorney, today formed
a partnership for tho practlco of,law.
Tho gentlemen are well known and 'will
no doubt enjoy nn envlnblo eliiMtago.
FARMERS & TRADERS BANK
Flno Showing Mado By Maysvlllo 'b
Youngest Banking Institution.
The statement of the condition of tho
Farmers & Traders Bank of Maysvlllo is
published in today's Ledger nud the
total asiots aro 'aear tho $300,000 mark.
On a paid up capital of $;i(J,000 the
surplus fund is $10,000, while tho dopes
its total $220,420.00.
Cashier C. L. Wood has cause to be
proud of his management of Tho Far
mers & Traders Bank.
BUILD YOUR HOUSE NOW!
If you are contemplating building a home or a house for an investment, now
ing material that can be found in Northeastern Kentucky and have large con
is the time to place your order. We have the largest stock of all kinds of build'
tracts with the timber men for still greater sutinlv. We contracted this lnruc
Tlio altar boys and choir girls of
St. Patrick's Church will picnic todav
in Charleston Bottom,
supply at a price ery near cost of production ami se are in position to give you
me nuvamnge oi mis good p
estimate on your requ
Foremost Lumber Yard
purchase. Place your order now or let us uive von an
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your requirements; you will men leave your order with Maysville's
The Mason Lumber Co.
Cor. Second and Limostono Sts. Phone 519.
A. A. McLaughlin. L. N
I NEW! NEW! NEW! I
Autographic KODAK is the means of tilting the S
5 film DhotoeraDhicallv as SOON AS MADE Antn-
JJ graphic Kodak marks the most important advance in
m amateur photography. Call and see. It's a wonder.
J. T. KACKLEY & CO.
Mr. and Mrs.
au View farm.
T. P. Anderson at Point
Miss Elizabeth Peed who has been
quite ill with tonsilitis at her houYo in
fourth street is much Improved.
Mrs, Ben (lasiier of Cincinnati arriv
ed yesterday on a isit to her pm'its,
Mr. A. Marshall has been appointed
postmaster at Xorth Pork, this county
Bid LOT SALE AT FLEMINQSBURQ.
OSOAR SWISIIER COMMITS
OIDE AT RIPLEY. Mr. K. F. Uolomnn and -Air. C. A
O.scar Swisher, a barber, committed . (ll.iscock, who are about to ,L on the
suicide at his homo in Ripley yesterday market 100 beautiful building lots in
by taking carbolic acid. Flemingsburg wero in M.iysille yester-
Ho is a cousin of Mr. Walter Swish- day and called 'on The Public Ledger.
cr of this city, and was
bout 38 years See tomorrow 's Ledger for full par
A DELIGHTFUL REUNION AT MRS.
A cry pleasant reunion of class
mates 411 d school mates was held yes
terday at the residence of Mrs. W. M.
Allen on tho II ill City pike. Four only
of tho graduating class being present,
namely, Misses Sallio Kcyes (sister of
Mrs. Allen) Bstone B. Paddock, Mrs.
Frank Stono Chase, Mrs. Sudlo Mitchell
An elegant dinner was daintily serv
ed and tho afternoon spent in recalling
memories of our school diys.
May thoro bo many Tcturns of the
happy day was the wish and hope of
every ono of the guests who were so
delightfully entertained at the hospit
able homo of Mrs. Allt'.i.
g DINGER BROS., aMSS'S s
Mr. Clydo Borry of East Second
strcot has acpopted an agency with tin
Western a'.ul Southern Life Insurance
POLICE COURT NEWS.
ludgo Whittaker had hut one lono
Polly Ann Dryden, plain druf.ik, $0.50.
KENTUCKIAN HEARS LIFE SEN
Ciniliumli. Diaplajlug no more, con
cern than If hU best friend was passing
the tlmo of day with him, Jacob Her
roll, of Kentucky, slayer of his wife,
.Millie, last January, listlessly heard tho
"words that sentenced him to tho poul
tentiary for life.
PREVENT EXCESSIVE PERSPIRATION I
It is a disease caused by over stimulation of the sweat
glands. This condition can be remedied by the use of
It deodorizes perspiration, is daintily perfumed and pleasan
to use. Price 25c a box.
M. F. WILLIAMS & CO. TIIEKsrT
D. HECHINCEB & CO.!
Maysville's Best Clothing and Shoe Store. I
i John Deere's Self-Dump g f
g Sulky Rake
Now is tho time to do 3 our wall
J The First Consideration Has Been Sim-
g plicity and Durability!
Axle studs are 1 V inches in diameter, and are
5 reversible and interchangeable, which doubles their
5 Dump rods are of high carbon steel, Y of an
inch in diameter. They have four times the durabil-
ity of the ordinary dump rod, as they are reversible
" individually, interchangeable and again reversible.
S We can rightfully boast that our rake has fewer
parts than any rake on the market. Simplicity of u
m construction and proper material, systematically and JJ
g Symmetrically distributed, mean much to users m
I MIKE BROWN, I
I THE j
I! SQUARE DEAL MAN.
p:mitinr. C01110 in. 0 can show on just hut
you need. "We have a full lino of W all 1'apors,
Piiintd, Enamt'ls, Etc. See our line before bin in.
BRIEF-BUT TO THE POINT
The immense business in our Palm Beach and Kindred Garments during the hot weather some-,
what retarded the sale of woolens. As it will not be long before our fall clothing will begin to arrive
we are going to make price reductions that will remove the remainder of our spring suits and trousers.
$12.50 and $15.00 Suits now $10.00 $22.50 and $25.00 Suits now $20.00
$18.00 and $20.00 Suits now $15.00 $28.50 and $30.00 Suits now $25.00
Sale opens when you read this and closes Saturday night, July 1 ith.
We put on sale today twenty-five men's pure Linen Suits. To close them out quickly we have
marked them down to $6.
TD. HE30PiI3SrGi-E!I &, CO.
CRANE & SHAFER, !
PHONE 452. COX BinrniNr. !
Oaiiij; to the fact that all moat nmr
Ki'ta nlll bo I'losed on Suiiilav wo kimll)
nk our patrons to liino thuir Suml.i
nrdi'r-t in by 8 oVIoi'k Saturday nijrlit.
"W. A. WOOD A. HUO.
NOTICE TO SOIIOOL TRUSTEES.
Liccnso to marry -ero issued lato
Tho election of teaehors to fill a Tuesday afternoon to Mr. John Cobb,
canties in the :mou idiool distriets aged ill, larmer, Sjiriugdale, and Miss
ill bo held in my ollieo on July Ith. ATablo Jili-Cann, aed 22, Concord.
JT.SSIi: (). Y.VXCKV, .Sciuiro l'red Bauer united tho happy
County Supeiintciident. I couplo.
Wall paper, nigs and paint at HEN-DEIOKSON'S.
Mr. R. I. I'ollitt of l'orest neuuo
is laid up with a severe attack of neuralgia.
Mr II. C. Heffiier of Clydo, Ohio, is
hero to help boost the llodpatli Ohaii
tauqua all week.
Very light rain this morning.
At HopkiiiBvillo slxteon-year-old Ellis
Crick was kicked in tho head by a mulo
OLD HUERTA TO GO
WH1LETHE GOING'S GOOD
Wnshiugton, Juno 30. Privato dis
patches received hero today from un
otricinl sources in Moxlco City stated
that Prcsideut Iluertu had sent his son
and daughter toward Puerto, Mexico,
and was ranking preparations for hla
own dopnrturo oa short notice Tho
information was convoyed to tho State
YOUNG MAYSVIIiLE MERMAID
SWAM THE OHIO RIVER
1 4 V
To Miss Evelyn Smith, tho very
young and hofadsomo daughter of Mrs.
Lila Hall Smith. Kentucky's gifted
novelist, now of this city, belongs tho
modal of honor for having accomplished
tho daring ieat, for a young girl, of
4 swimming tho Ohio River, from shoro
Miss Evelyn performed this "stunt"
yesterday afternoon "about (i o'clock,
when she swam the river from ,tho C. &
0 dopot on thov Kontucky sido of tho
Tivqr to tho bathing beach on tlio Ohio
Tklr. Henry Edgar Toguo accompanied
lior in a skiff, but eho swam overy
stroke of tho way without assistance.
Another unique foaturo of tho feat was
that MUs Evelyn did not chango her
stroke during the t'atlre time she cross
ed tho rlvcr-Hibout 20 minutes.
NOTICE F. O. E.
All members of Maysvlllo Acrio No.
15(1 1 1 O. E. aro requested to attend
the meeting at 7:110 p. 111. Thursday,
July 2nd. Banquet to bo served after
J NO. CARPENTER, V. P.
W. W. KINSIiBR, Secretary.
MEMPHIS MAKING WAR ON RATS.
Now Orleans, Juno 30. State and
city health authorities wero astir hero
today preparatory to tho inauguration
of tho first wholesalo campaign in tho
history of tho south for tho extermin
ation of rats in order to provi'at thf'
spread of bubonic plague.
SENATOR CAMDEN TO AID
Senator Camden, of Kentucky, in
tends to innko a specialty of matters
pertaining to tho farmers, and ho and
his Socrotary, Judgo Davis, bold a long
conforenco nt tho Department of Ag
riculture with Secretary Houston, the
head of that department, looking to co
operation in tho future.
BOURBON FAIR QUITS
Mitts Alleno Cnrroy, of Maysville, is
tho guest of Mis-i Mary Vaughn Tilton.
Mrs. Godfrey Hunsicker and children
havo icturued to their lionio iu this odty
after h. delightful visit with relatives in
Mrs. Smith and son, Henry, of Chi
cago, arrived yesterday on a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Hunsicker of
tho Ent End.
Tho chain used by Abraham Lincoln
to survey tho bouudnry lino of Arkan
sas is boing exhibited in the window of
a hardwaro storo in IIoultiM, Mo.
Ex-Sheriff Charles C Hook, of
BrarRcn County, died at the homo of
his daughter, Mrs. Edward Robortson,
aear Minerva. Monday, aged 89 years.
CAPT. JOHN V. DEA
Old Veteran and Noted Crack Shot
Passed Away Tuesday Morning
After Year's Illness.
Laces and Embroideries
you need to make up into pretty frocks and lingeiie
for sum liter wear.
Tlio newest Laces for summer dresses, floune
iii,'s, neck and blouse trimmings. 5c to $1.00 yd.
Never wero patterns so beautiful in Point dc
Paris and Normandy Val Edgings and Insertions;
widths vary from 1-2 to 5 in. wide. 5c to 2oc.
The popular Shadow Laces are presented in a
host of feathery designs in white and cream, widths
5 to 27 in. wide. 15c to 1.00 yd.
Combination eyelet and blind patterns, 22 in.
wide, n very rare value in all over Swiss embroid
ery, reduced from 75c to 50c yd.
Batiste and Swiss flouncings in blind patterns
or dainty floral designs, suitable for children's
dresses or a double-tier dress for adults, 27 and 45
in. wide and reduced from $1.25 to 75c yd.
Black lace insertion, one-half to one inch wide.
Match edges have been sold so the price of these
pretty insertions is cut in half. Formerly 20c yard.
Now 10c. j
After Sixty Years of Succoss
Prlde of Paris.
Tho Bourbon cotfaty fair, which for
over sixty years was tho prido of ovory
cltlzon of Bourbon County, has passed
At a mooting of tho board of directors
Saturday it was decided to havo no fair
this year, and in all probability tho
beautiful grounds will bo subdivided
nnd sold for building lots.
IEECHNUT PEAHUT IUTTER
ISV T 1CLEANEST AND MOST WHOLE
SOW A OB. WE CARRRY IT IN 10c, lSi
ANDzj 3IZBS. A
Capt. John Vincent Dea, who suffered
a stroko of paralysis on tho fourth of
last July, died Tuesday morning at i
p'clock at' his homo in January street,
nged CC years. He was born In
Tipperary, Ireland, in October, 18 18, and
enmo to Now York with his parents at
un early age. Ho was married in Tarls,
Ky., to Miss Mary DunM, a sister of
I'ollceinnii James Dunn, of this city.
Sho died a number of years ago.
Ono son survives, Mr. Jolm N. Dea.
who icsided with his fathor.
Capt. Doa was ono of tho most noted
crack shots of tho Stato and was a lend
ing meinbor of tho Mntou County Gun
Ho was also a member of tho Mays
vlllo Lodgo of Elks, a member of Joo
Hdsor Post G. A. IX., a niombor of tho
Knights of Columbus aud a member of
tho Father Mnthow Total Abstraoneo
Society, and tho Bricklayers' TJniuu.
Ho sorveil during tho Civil Wnr as n
member of tho 39th Regiment, Now Jor
Boy volunteer infantry.
Capt. Doa had long resided In Mayo
villo whoro ho was highly esteemod.
Ho was a meinbor of St. Patrick's
Catholic Church and his funeral will be
hold lu that edlfico Thursday a. m. at 9
o'clock, tbo sorvicos to bo in charge of
Father Joacs, tho pastor, assisted, by
Burial in tho Washington Catholic
Tho pall bearers will bo: Beu B.
Poynte, John Leonard, James Kirniu,
Mr. John Klipp, who had such a nar- Miss Lucy B. Richoson Monday aft- Roosevelt spoke at rittslmrg
row escnpo front death at the storo of ornoou eatertaincd 0 few of hor friends night.
Bauer & Klipp, a few weeks ago by a with a four o'clock tea at tho homo of
buggy falling upon him from tho second Mrs. Miller Dodson in tho county. Tlio
floor, is ablo to bo at his place of but I guests from a distance wore the Misses
iipss again. ' I'ylo and Glascock.
City mail delivery will bo established
at llarroihburg, Ky., Octobor 1, with
two carriers nnd 0110 substitute) carrior.
Judgo J. V'. Alcorn died nt Stsinfor
Ky , 3 esterday.
More than 3,000,000 women in
United States aro employed in 0
tli in household occiip'itions.
P X jl Jl Jr"jLJLA.t
We have placed on a table about 300 pair of Ladies' Oxfords
consisting of patents, dull leather, vici kid in black and tan, in
good styles, that we are going to sell at the ridiculous price of $:
You may find your size in the very style you like.
This is just one of the Big Bargains in the